Represents a new instance of the PeerObject class with an auto-generated Guid.
Assembly: System.Net (in System.Net.dll)
Initializes a new default instance of theclass.
|PeerObject(Guid, array<Byte>^, PeerScope)|
Initializes a newinstance with the associated scope and data.
Initializes a newinstance with the associated parameters required for serialization.
Gets or sets descriptive data associated with theinstance for a Peer Collaboration application.
Gets or sets a Guid associated with the instance.
Gets or sets the PeerScope in which the instance is registered.
Gets or sets the object used to marshal the event handler calls that are issued as a result of ainstance change.
Releases all resources utilized by the.
Releases the unmanaged resources used by theand optionally releases the managed resources.
Compares the Object::Equals(Object^).)to the specified object.(Overrides
Determines whether the specifiedinstances are considered equal.
Compares ato the specified instance.
Allows an object to try to free resources and perform other cleanup operations before it is reclaimed by garbage collection.(Inherited from Object.)
Returns the hash code for the Object::GetHashCode().)instance.(Overrides
Populates a SerializationInfo with the data required to serialize the specified .
Signaled when ainstance with the specified ID is added, updated or removed by a remote peer.
Populates the currentinstance with the data obtained from the serialized source.
A PeerObject is run-time data, such as a picture, certificate, or a specific description that is associated with a particular application. The data element of each PeerObject instance must be less than or equal to 16KB in size. After an instance of PeerObject is constructed it is published with the Peer Collaboration Infrastructure via SetObject.
After constructing an instance of this class and setting the appropriate properties this object may be passed to the PeerCollaborationSetObject and DeleteObject methods to enable/disable the publishing of this object for other peers to discover and view.
After registering an object with the collaboration infrastructure the registration information is not persisted in the registry, resulting in different behavior from PeerApplication instances. The object registration is only valid for the lifetime duration of the application which registered the object. Applications should deregister objects when they are no longer required or prior to application exit. By default, a PeerObject is automatically deregistered if the instance goes out of scope.
Changing the properties on a PeerObject instance after it has been registered using the PeerCollaboration registration methods will not update the registration for the PeerObject instance. To effectively update the registration of a specific PeerObject instance, the PeerObject must be deleted and registered again with the new information.
Available since 3.5
Any public static (Shared in Visual Basic) members of this type are thread safe. Any instance members are not guaranteed to be thread safe.